I took the Brake MC out of my 70B without removing the Clutch MC. BUT it
was a bugger and I had to take all the scrws out of the box for wiggle room.
Can't imagine you could do it with the Clutch MC. BUT, you don't know til
you try (-:
I would not want to put brake fluid in a MC before installing unless I could
cover all paint. Have a watering can ready if it spills etc. The
preparation alone would equal the xtra time it would take to bleed the
brakes traditionally. My .02 worth. The experts might have a better
How's school going? I have 5 weeks to go til Graduation of our Seniors,
then a trip to Kentucky for the MGC CBA.
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>Subject: clutch MC
>Date: Thu, 5 May 2005 21:41:38 -0500
>Can the clutch MC be removed without removing the servo unit on a 79B? It
>looks like it will be real tight if it can.